Vegetarian food delivery in Singapore
When the cravings hit, most of us can easily ring up our favourite fast food chain for a burger or some fried chicken. The idea of your meal being delivered directly to your doorstep is super appealing, and convenient to boot.
However, it’s not that easy for vegetarians, simply because most food delivery options contain some form of meat. To help you guys out, here’s a list of delivery options from eateries in Singapore that are fully meat-free.
Read our articles on vegetarian/vegan food in Singapore here:
- Fully vegan cafes
- Cafes with vegan burgers from Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat
- Vegan-friendly eateries
- Vegan eateries with dishes under $10
And check out a list of vegetarian and vegan-friendly cafes in Kuala Lumpur here.
1. Saute-San – Japanese curry rice and ramen (delivery from $1.99)
Teriyaki Lion Mane Assorted Shroom ($11.70)
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To sate your Japanese food cravings, check out Saute-san. They primarily serve Japanese food like Miso Stew Ramen ($11.70) and Hand Breaded King Oyster Mushroom Katsu Japanese Curry Rice ($15.94), but there are also Japanese-inspired Western dishes like Seaweed Laver Aglio Olio ($15.95) and Seaweed Cheese Pizza ($18.10) if you want to switch things up a little.
Truffle Aglio Olio ($18.08)
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- Grabfood ($4)
- Foodpanda ($1.99)
2. VeganBurg – meatless burgers (delivery from $2.99)
Rasa Sayang Burger ($13.90) with Coconut Fries ($5.90)
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We’ve seen our fair share of Impossible Burgers and Beyond Burgers gracing Instagram these days, but VeganBurg was one of the pioneer burger joints making waves in Singapore’s vegan food scene more than a couple of years ago.
Chili Crab Burger ($11.90)
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Their speciality, the Creamy Shrooms Burger ($10.90) consists of a soy patty with heaps of mushrooms and a cream sauce. If you want something with local flavours, try going for a Chili Krab Burg ($12.90), where a crispy konjac “crab” patty is doused with sweet and sour chili crab sauce.
- Grabfood ($5)
- Deliveroo ($3.49)
- Foodpanda ($2.99)
3. Greendot – vegetarian bentos (delivery from $0.99)
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Some of us have this idea that vegetarian food isn’t as tasty. To dispel that, Greendot whips up delectable Customized Bentos (from $7.90) that comprise a balanced combination of rice, greens, and protein sides as Gong Bao Mixed Mushroom and Lion Mane Mushroom Rendang.
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Apart from bentos, they’ve also got options such as noodles, burgers, and mushroom bowls. Slurp up their vegan Laksa Noodles ($7.50), or chomp on their Black Pepper Soya Burger with Fries ($8.90). The best thing is, you don’t have to worry about the pungent stuff like onions and garlic, as there isn’t any of that in their food.
- Grabfood ($3)
- Deliveroo ($3.85)
- Foodpanda ($0.99)
4. The Boneless Kitchen – Korean stews and noodles (delivery from $3)
Bibimbap ($12.10) and Army Stew ($11.10)
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Koreans are big on their meat – as evident in KBBQ with different types of marinated beef and samgyeopsal. However, that doesn’t mean that vegetarians have to miss out on their Korean fix.
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The Boneless Kitchen is a restaurant that cooks up a meatless Korean storm. There are your classic dishes like the Army Stew ($11.10) and Sweet Potato Noodle ($12.10), and while they’re typically accompanied by meat, they’ve piled on mushrooms and tofu to make sure that you’re getting enough protein.
Delivery option: GrabFood ($3)
5. Gokul Vegetarian – mock butter chicken and biryani (delivery from $8)
Nasi Lemak Set ($7.50)
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Aside from the paneers and masala gravy dishes, dishes like butter chicken and tandoori are a staple in North Indian cuisine. It’s almost impossible to imagine these dishes without their meat, but Gokul Vegetarian does just that by replacing it with tofu chunks – for instance, their own Butter Chicken ($11) uses vegan replacements that resemble the real thing.
Butter Chicken ($11)
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Apart from Indian food, there are also Chinese and Malay dishes such as Hokkien Mee ($8) and Nasi Goreng Kampung ($8.50), so you can definitely find a dish that suits your preference.
- My Food: $8
6. Herbivore Japanese Vegetarian Restaurant – sushi and ramen (delivery from $0.99)
Spicy Ramen Set ($19.26)
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Seafood is so important to Japanese cuisine that the idea of salmon-less sushi seems almost unfathomable. But Herbivore Vegetarian Restaurant manages to shake things up by switching out all their meat and seafood with convincing vegetarian substitutes. For example, the Katsu Curry Set ($19.26) uses plant-based pork instead, and their Crispy Floss Maki ($14.98) contains mock sashimi instead of actual fish.
Unagi Maki ($14.98)
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Delivery option: Foodpanda ($0.99)
7. NomVnom – pasta, pizza, and burgers (delivery from $3)
Spinach Mushroom Pasta ($11.90)
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Nomvnom whips up Western dishes such as Spinach Mushroom Pasta ($11.90), or pizzas like Cheezy Tempeh Pizza ($17.90), perfect for sharing with your pals. If you’re feeling extra peckish, you can also throw in some sides like their Mixed Sweet Potato Fries ($5.90) to fill you up.
Potato Croquette Burger ($8.30)
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Delivery options: Grabfood ($3)
8. Just Greens – cai fan delivery (delivery from $2.99)
Mixed Veg With Rice (3 Vegetables) ($4.50)
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Just Greens Vegetarian is an online cai fan service. Choices range from broccoli to curry cabbage – simply pick what you want, and it’ll be delivered to you in a jiffy. If you’re looking for something other than rice, options also include meatless versions of popiah and laksa.
Vegetable Kway Chap ($5)
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Delivery option: Foodpanda ($2.99)
9. Real Food – all-day breakfast (delivery from $4.19)
Soy Yogurt Granola ($8.80)
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Breakfast food is great, but sometimes, we wake up way too late to savour any of it. To please the late risers, Real Foods delivers all-day breakfasts such as their Veggie Omelette ($10.80) and Soy Yogurt Granola ($8.80). Drinks such as their organic Soy Cappuccino ($6.50) and Turmeric Latte ($8) are also available if you want something to quench your thirst with.
Matcha Latte ($7.50) and Cappuccino ($6.50)
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Delivery option: Deliveroo ($4.19)
10. Sangeetha Bhavan – North and South Indian food (delivery from $1.99)
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When that Indian food craving strikes, hit up Sangeetha Bhavan which serves both North and South Indian dishes. They’ve got everything from typical Indian dishes like the Mutta Paneer ($8.50) to even Indian-Chinese fusion dishes such as the Chilli Parotta ($6.90) – a sauteed prata with chilli paste and Chinese herbs. You can even get them to cater for events and parties.
Paneer Butter Masala ($8.90) with Sambar Rice ($6.50)
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- Grabfood ($4)
- Deliveroo ($4.19)
- Foodpanda ($1.99)
Vegan food delivery Singapore
Delivery options might come a little scarce for vegetarians in Singapore, but that won’t be a problem if you know where to look. You can now enjoy having your favourite meat-free dishes brought straight to you.
For other delivery services to make your life easier with, check out these articles:
- Laundry services with home delivery and pickup
- Fried chicken delivery
- Bubble tea delivery
- Tingkat delivery
- Healthy snack delivery
- Steamboat delivery
- Alcohol delivery